Resisting Drug Use Among Adolescents; Controlling the Offender in the Community; Eyewitness Memory and Aging; Sentencing Child Sexual Abusers; An Analysis of Police Post Assault Reactions Measuring Procedural Justice; The Fear of Crime by Older Americans; the Criminal Justice System's Handling of Drug Offenders, and Influences of Adolescent Delinquent Behavior. Fear of Crime and Its Antecedents; Drug Use and Help-Seeking Patterns Among University Students; Differential Drug-Use Patterns Between Institutionalized White and Black Male Delinquents in Georgia; Court Orders of Protection for Battered Women; Forensic Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases; A Survey of Federal, State and Local Prosecutors on Computer Crime; Community Policing and Domestic Violence; Female Gang Involvement in the Midwest: A Two-City Comparison; Violation of Probation Release Conditions and Criminal Recidivism; Impact on Crime of Criminal and Juvenile Justice System Policies and Practices; Specifying Public Support for Corrections Rehabilitation: A Factual Survey Approach; Impact of Managerial Style on the Colombian Distribution of Cocaine to the Wholesale Level; Influence of Neighborhood Disadvantage or Delinquency and Drug Abuse; Evaluation and Review of the Peacemaker Court of the Navajo Nation; Non-Fatal Workplace Violence Epidemiology: Risk Factors and Legal Implications; Variation in Community Policing Activities Across Neighborhoods; The Peer Group Revisited: A Network Approach for Understanding Adolescent Delinquency; and New Estimates of the Cost of Crime: A Hedonic Evaluation.
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